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Riverhawk girls riled up for state

In facing a high-energy, trapping defensive team like the Liberty Falcons, The Dalles head coach Dan Telles said his team needs to limit mistakes and use scoring balance to extend the season another week.

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Ready for the next challenge

The time has come for the Sherman Huskies. Sherman has won 13 of its past 15 games, has scored 75 or more points seven times in that span and is coming off a gritty road win over Damascus Christian last Friday.

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Sherman girls finish one win from Baker City

Huskies lose a state first-round road game to No. Douglas

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Right through their grasp

Dufur boys edged by 57-56 score in overtime state first-round loss to Siletz Valley

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The Fabulous Baker Boys

Sherman hoops team defeats Damascus Christian in 48-36 state sub-round battle

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Locals not horsing around

Equestrian teams from The Dalles, Sherman and Dufur compete in OHSET opener

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Huskies one win from a Baker City berth

Sherman girls dominate N. Clackamas, 39-15

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Hawk swimmers make final marks

TD swim team members set records at 5A state swim meet in Gresham

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Sherman shows its stroke

Huskies hit on 11 3-pointers in 79-53 state sub-round trouncing of Life Christian

Dufur boys claim big win over SWC

Dufur boys claim big win over SWC

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Dufur nets OT win over Ione

Rangers advance to state play with 39-34 triumph

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Huskies clipped by Condon

Sherman girls lose in Big Sky finale by a 60-45 score

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Sherman focused on the finish

HERMISTON – Still irked by a 48-47 loss to No. 1-ranked Horizon Christian in Saturday’s Big Sky conference district championship, the Sherman Huskies are poised to win two state sub-round games to make it back to Baker City in March.

Pendleton boys beat TD 48-25 to secure league title

THE DALLES (AP) — Once the Buckaroos started sticking to their game plan, things fell into place and Pendleton secured the Columbia River Conference title with a 48-25 win over The Dalles on Friday night.

Pendleton girls drops TD 47-39

Pendleton girls drops TD 47-39 PENDLETON (AP)— The Pendleton Buckaroos surged past The Dalles in a wild fourth quarter to secure second place in the Columbia River Conference on Friday with a 47-39 win at Warberg Court.


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